Linda began working at Wardenburg in 2006, first as an intern, then as a member of the permanent staff. Medicine is not her first career, though. She graduated from Baldwin Wallace College in Ohio with a BA in English, the University of Chicago with an MAT in English, then while teaching, editing, designing computer based training lessons, and programming, earned an MCIS degree from the University of Denver. She received her MSN from the University of South Alabama.
She has taught junior high, high school, college, and graduate students, and worked in the federal, state, and private sectors. Since entering health care, she has worked on medical-surgical floors and inpatient psychiatric units, the county mental health center, and a psychiatric hospital.
Areas of Interest: Mental illness as manifested in other cultures and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
The place I’d most like to go is…the Mediterranean.